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. changing eating habits and working out. >>> travel deals. becky worley has some things. can you call the front desk and negotiate your bill down? these are things that you never thought of. but becky worley did. we have that coming up. >> i love that. >>> and more deals. bargains everywhere. tory johnson is here with great "deals and steals." clothes and toys for your kids. >> all right. >>> first, let's get to our inspiring special report, "erase the weight." if you ever thought that slimming down to your ideal weight would take you forever, meet edwin valez. he did that in a remarkable four months. all with a simple diet and an exercise program. look at his plan. >> i've always been the bigger guy in every situation. the older i got, the more self-conscious i became about my weight. food was my go-to. stress, school. i would eat and sleep was my weakness. after cruising to the bahamas with friends, i looked at pictures. i hit the max i've ever been. i was close to 300 pounds. i knew i had to do something about it. i woke up one morning. i was like, i'm going to do this. i'm going t
school seniors with the college application deadlines coming fast. a little help from becky worley. she has the top three things every senior can do right now to get their application on top of the pile. >> reporter: there's stress. stress about college. where do you want to go? how are you going to get in? so, we've devised a little standardized test of our own. what are the top things you need to do in the application process for college. a fresh crew from novato high school in california, say they're up to the task. sharpen your pencil and let's go. is your facebook profile considered in the application process? yes? no? >> no. >> reporter: according to one survey, one-quarter of admissions officers use facebook or google to get a beat on applicants. >> if you think your grandmother or grandfather would be okay with the photo or the comment, it's probably okay with an admissions officer. >> reporter: tip number one, clean up your social media profile. next question, admission directors wish high school students would -- take more history and art classes? take advanced math and scienc
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